1. The Editor's Drawers
  2. Lawrence Howe
  3. pp. 283-284
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  1. On Second Thought
  2. Jessyka Finley, Dale Tracy
  3. pp. 285-287
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  1. Is Bill Cosby Still Funny? Separating the Art from the Artist in Stand-up Comedy
  2. Phillip Deen
  3. pp. 288-308
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  1. Crime, Comedy, and Late Modernism
  2. William Solomon
  3. pp. 309-329
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  1. The Pedagogics of the Con in Guy Owen's The Ballad of the Flim-Flam Man
  2. Gretchen Martin
  3. pp. 330-350
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  1. Playing with the Sovereign's Plague in "King Pest": A Summoning of Poe's Necromantic Humor in War-Torn Syria
  2. Sami H Atassi
  3. pp. 351-371
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  1. English Sporting Writing, the Spirit of the Times, and Old Southwest Humor
  2. ED Piacentino
  3. pp. 372-389
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  1. Planet Funny: How Comedy Took Over Our Culture by Ken Jennings (review)
  2. Kenneth L. Brewer
  3. pp. 390-395
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  1. Transgressive Humor of American Women Writers ed. by Sabrina Fuchs Abrams (review)
  2. Stephanie Brown
  3. pp. 395-398
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  1. Satire and Politics: The Interplay of Heritage and Practice ed. by Jessica Milner Davis (review)
  2. James E. Caron
  3. pp. 399-402
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  1. Buster Keaton in His Own Time: What the Responses of the 1920s Critics Reveal by Wes Gehring (review)
  2. Lawrence Howe
  3. pp. 403-405
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  1. Furiously Funny: Comic Rage from Ralph Ellison to Chris Rock by Terrence T. Tucker (review)
  2. Gillian Johns
  3. pp. 406-410
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  1. Hysterical! Women in American Comedy ed. by Linda Mizejewski and Victoria Sturtevant (review)
  2. Peter C. Kunze
  3. pp. 410-412
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  1. Jewish Comedy: A Serious History by Jeremy Dauber (review)
  2. Amelia Precup
  3. pp. 420-423
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  1. Behind the Laughs: Community and Inequality in Comedy by Michael P. Jeffries (review)
  2. Jonathan P. Rossing
  3. pp. 423-426
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  1. Jack Benny and The Golden Age of American Radio Comedy by Kathryn H. Fuller-Seeley (review)
  2. Ben Urish
  3. pp. 426-429
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